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Master of Science (MS)
Biology and Microbiology
Helen N. Westfall
The objectives of this research were: (1) To compare the chemotactic responses of two pathogenic campylobacters, C. fetus ssp. fetus and C. jejuni, with a nonpathogenic campylobacter, C. sputorum ssp. bubulus, qualitatively by the Hard Agar Plug method and quantitatively by the capillary tube method. (2) To isolate and characterize Fla-, Mot-, or Che- mutants from one or more of the three campylobacter species being tested.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
South Dakota State University
Mahlen, Steven Dennis, "Chemotaxis in Campylobacter Species" (1993). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 5863.